every encrypted file I open in Android is stored in an unencrypted format in path "Android > data > com.boxcryptor2.android > cache > p".
However, even after closing the file again, unencrypted cache files remains under above path, even with visible file names.
Worth, even after rebooting you can find the files unencrypted in above path;
It's like a treasure map to all the secrets you wanted to hide...
So where is the sense in encrypting files, when you store them unencrypted in the cache?
There is no option to automatically clean up that cache. Only chance you have is to go into settings and manually execute "Lösche alle entschlüsselten Cache Dateien" (delete all uncrypted cache files).
I thing it's a huge bug that there is no automatic clean up job running.
From my understand, YOU SHOULD URGENTLY WARN every user of your android app, that everyone with access to the device can use above mentioned treasure map path to reveal all encrypted files used on that machine.
I think it's worth to inform press about that bug. What do you think?